Hemp is one of the best natural cellulosic fibers that everyone knows its benefits. Hemp is a very environmentally friendly, strong and durable fiber. Also these fibers absorb water and have natural antimicrobial properties and show great resistance to ultraviolet rays. China and Europe have already established industrial hemp markets. Depending on the final use of the plant, there are different types of hemp fibers. CBD is grown from this plant for food and for use in textiles. Hemp grown for CBD, marijuana or food is grown to be as leafy as possible. The higher the number of branches, the more the possibility of plant growth and flower buds increases and provides the necessary space for the growth of leaves.

In cases where the fineness of the fibers is not very important, such as non-woven textiles and composites used in construction products and geotextiles, hemp seeds can be used.

“In cases where the fineness of the fibers is not considered, hemp seed stalks can be used” Carpenter said.

Applications may include non-woven and composites for construction products and geotextiles.  As the weight of the top of the stem. In order to plant and grow hemp used in textiles, the seeds must be planted very close together with this approach the plant grows with long and thin branches.

The hemp plant grows quickly so that its stem can reach 10 inches in 14 days. This plant is produced in certain regions of the world such as Bangladesh, India, China, Pakistan and Thailand through seed planting, and depending on the region where the plant is grown, the final product has various properties. When the plant is ready to flower, it is picked from the fields and the stalks placed on the ground before it becomes too hard for textile use.in this way, during a natural process, bacteria begin to break down pectin. Pectin is a gummy substance that connects the fibers to the central woody part and the stem.